Larry Brown

An outstanding fielder, Brown was Cleveland’s regular second baseman in 1964 and regular shortstop from 1965 to 1969. A confirmed .230 hitter, he showed some power with 12 homers in 1964, but his slugging declined after he suffered fractures of the skull, nose and cheekbone in a 1966 collision with another player. His brother Dick was an AL catcher for nine seasons.